Visibility:hidden vs Display:none

Hidden and None both will show empty result .

First we are creating a box with the help of properties like width, float, marign, padding.

and in that <div> we defined a tag <h5> (heading) to create another box in that we used a properties like width, height, border and visibility:hidden.

The relationship between visibility:hidden & display:none, both will show empty result.

visibility:hidden; will not display the element on the page but will allot space on the page. Whereas, If we take display:none in place of visibility:hidden. then, display:none; Will not display the element and it will not allot space for the element on the page

visibility:hidden simply hides the element but it will occupy space and affect the layout of the document.
display:none also hides the element but will not occupy space. It will not affect the layout of the document.

visibility:hidden the tag is not visible,but space is allocated for it on the page.
display:none the tag in the question will not appear on the page at all, but no space is allocated between the other tags

visibility:hidden the object still takes up vertical height on the page, text will remain in the same location.
display:none it is completely removed, if you have text beneath an image – then the text will shift up to fill the space where image was.

visibility:hidden will hide the element & preserve elements space.
display:none will hide the element & collapse the space is taking up.

visibility:hidden is hidden, the browser will take space on the page even it is invisible. display:none doesn’t allocate space on the page.

visibility:hidden works in old browsers.
display:none doesn’t.

Visibility: Hidden Display:None
hidden simply hides the element but it will occupy space and affect the layout of the document. none also hides the element but will not occupy space. It will not affect the layout of the document.
hidden the tag is not visible,but space is allocated for it on the page. none the tag in the question will not appear on the page at all,but no space is allocated between the other tags
hidden the object still takes up vertical height on the page,text will remain in the same location. none it is completely removed ,if you have text beneath an image -then the text will shift up to fill the space where image was.
hidden will hide the element & preserve elements space. none will hide the element & collapse the space is taking up.
hidden is hidden, the browser will take space on the page even it is invisible. none doesn’t allocate space on the page.
hidden works in old browsers. none doesn’t.
<div style="margin:50px;">
 <div style="background:#f9cc9d;border:1px solid #000;padding:30px;width:200px;float:left;">
     <h5 style="margin-top:0px;"> No style apply </h5>
	 <div style="background:#c3d08b;border:1px dashed #000;padding:20px;">
	   Lorem Ipsum Content
	 </div>	 
  </div>
  <div style="background:#f9cc9d;border:1px solid #000;padding:30px;width:200px;float:left;margin-left:20px;">
     <h5 style="margin-top:0px;"> Visibility : Hidden</h5>
	 <div style="background:#c3d08b;border:1px dashed #000;padding:20px;visibility:hidden;">
	   Lorem Ipsum Content
	 </div>	 
  </div>
  
  <div style="background:#f9cc9d;border:1px solid #000;padding:30px;width:200px;float:left;margin-left:20px;">
     <h5 style="margin-top:0px;"> Display : None</h5>
	 <div style="background:#c3d08b;width:150px;height:150px;border:1px dashed #000;display:none;">
	   Lorem Ipsum Content
	 </div>	 
  </div>
  
  <div style="clear:both;"></div>
</div>

the above example is help to you and save some time when implementing it.

Output

visibility:hidden; will not display the element on the page but will allot space on the page. display:none; will neither display the element nor will it allot space for the element on the page

Demo